Slim May Face New Competitors on Telecom Overhaul

March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Crayton Harrison talks about a new telecommunications bill in Mexico that could end a longstanding limit on foreign investment. The legislation, to be backed by President Enrique Pena Nieto, also will define the way cable and satellite companies should work with broadcasters, according to one of the proposal's architects. Harrison speaks with Tom Keene and Sara Eisen on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Maybe Zuckerberg Should Listen to These Canadian Hipsters
28:18 - Maybe Mark Zuckerberg should take a cue from the Canadian hipsters who created the Bunz Trading Zone. Centered on Toronto, the invite-only Facebook group has become a gathering place for the downtown crowd to barter goods and services. Much of the inventory is what you’d expect young urbanites to trade -- furniture, books, massages -- although there’s weirder stuff, too, including human teeth, second-hand sex toys and, um, dreadlocks. Bloomberg's Gerrit De Vynck reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
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